My case :
I'm actually using OCS Server on an old Windows 2003 server. I installed the latest version of OCS Server on a Windows 2012 R2 and want to use this one. The new OCS server is working fine, manually installed the agent on a few windows 7 clients, everything ok.
So I need to update all the agent on my clients PC.
I want to use the GPO to deploy the new version of the agent. I used OCSpackager.exe to make a new OCSPackage.exe file :
Agent Setup File : path to my agent setup file => OK
Certificate files : used the one in c:\xampp\apache\confg\ssl.crt\server.crt (still not sure if I have to use this certificate or not for GPO deployment)
Command line options : /S /NOSPLASH /SERVER=http://mynewserver/ocsinventory
Account credentials: email@example.com (which is admin on every clients)
Now when I try to manually execute the generated OCSPackage.exe file on a Windows 7 computer, nothing happens. I have to to right-click, lunch as administrator to make it start.
Is this a problem of the certificate file ?